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brights

A vehicle's headlights set to their brightest setting; high beams. Geez, it's dark out here—put your brights on so we can see where we're going.
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brights

n. the eyes. (From bright eyes.) Don’t you close your brights and look bored when I’m talking to you!
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Brights must not foster or perpetuate this conceptual hangover from the adjectival form of "bright.
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In Brights writings, one finds a remarkably accurate clinical description of acute glomerulonephritis: "A child, or an adult, is affected with scarlatina .
The term bright is a recent coinage by two brights in Sacramento, California, who thought our social group--which has a history stretching back to the Enlightenment, if not before--could stand an image-buffing and that a fresh name might help.